Where to Order Pure Garcinia Cambogia

Garcinia gummi-gutta is a tropical fruit(a species of Garcinia) native to Indonesia. You can find Garcinia Combogia in Southeast Asia and central Africa. It thrives in tropical forest. It is also common to hear the following names: brindleberry, pot tamarind and malabar tamarind. The biologically active substance called Hydroxycitric Acid(HCA), can be found naturally in large amounts in the skin of the fruit. And this is how it works After a famous cardio-thoracic surgeon promoted the tropical fruit in his TV show, there have been done a lot of studies both on animals and [...]

By | 2016-02-09T18:45:44+00:00 February 9th, 2016|Blog, Reviews|0 Comments

Lebert Equalizers review

The Lebert equalizers(a.k.a. paralletts) are a perfect add to your home gym. It's easy to store, it does not take a lot of space. And it does not have a lot of upkeep. All you have to do is use them as much as you can. The Lebert equalizers are made by personal trainer and Taekwondo Black Belt, Marc Lebert and since then it is used by athletes of all levels and ages. When is appropriate to use them? I have a pair of paralletts and a pull up bar at my place, I use [...]

By | 2016-02-06T14:37:30+00:00 February 5th, 2016|Equipment, Reviews|0 Comments

Dragon Flag Progression Exercises

First of all One simply can not talk about Dragon flags without mentioning Bruce Lee. In gymnastics this exercise is called body lever, but everyone knows it as the Dragon flag(named after Bruce Lee). Bruce loved doing body-weight exercises(obviously), I'm still working on my two finger push-ups, which he does in demonstrations. You've probably seen Sylvester Stallone doing it in Rocky IV and I actually saw him doing it in 2011 when he was training for Headshot, never heard of the movie, but you can check out how he performs 3 [...]

By | 2016-02-01T23:33:12+00:00 February 1st, 2016|Blog|1 Comment

Front Lever Progression Exercises

There are a lot of front lever progression exercises and in this article I will talk about only the ones that I've tried and helped me towards the full front lever. Looks so simple. Why aren't everyone doing front levers? The answer is simple because it takes too much time to achieve full front lever. For me, it took me about 8 months from inverted L-sit pull-up bar hold(see below for more info on the exercises) to a 1-second full front lever hold(I'm 1.89m/75kg). And for some people may be easier [...]

By | 2016-02-05T10:18:10+00:00 November 7th, 2015|Blog|2 Comments

V-sit Progress

The first picture of the Training Feed! I will use this section of my website, to upload pictures(and soon YouTube videos) of my progress with all the exercises I'm mastering. V sit progression exercises I first learned the L-sit(here is you can learn how to do it) and from then on, I started doing L-sit crunches and basically a lot of Pike stretches. Pike Stretch A photo posted by Lyubomir (@lyubo16) on Sep 4, 2015 at 10:02pm PDT   This stretch really helped me for gaining a lot of flexibility in my [...]

By | 2015-10-31T20:21:21+00:00 October 29th, 2015|Training Feed|0 Comments

How to do more pull ups?

What I'm going to show you in this article is how to bust out of a plateau. If you did the same reps for more than 5 workouts in a row, you are probably in a plateau. What is a plateau? The plateau effect is a force of nature that lessens the effectiveness of once effective measures over time. The plateau effect is a state that is experienced when the human body fails to respond to exercise that has proven effective in the past, similar to the concept of diminishing returns. A [...]

By | 2016-01-26T21:59:33+00:00 July 23rd, 2015|Blog, Exercises, Pulling|3 Comments

How to perform a proper pull-up

In this article, I will talk about one of the most basic exercise, the pull-up. Compared to the push-up, while you perform this exercise you pull all of your body-weight. And that is why pull ups are harder than the push-up. After reading this guide you will be able to do a proper pull-up. Just kidding, it all depends on your skill level. The working muscles The main working muscles are the Lats(Latissimus dorsi) and biceps(it depends from the grip that you have on the bar). But compared to the push up it [...]

By | 2015-11-14T13:25:41+00:00 July 21st, 2015|Blog, Pulling|1 Comment

How to perform a proper push-up

Here is how to perform this exercises right: Get on the ground and put your hands shoulder width apart. Keep your elbows in while performing it. Start lowering your body towards the ground, inhale while lowering. Get close to the ground and push off the ground, keep your body straight, keep your elbows in and exhale at the top.

By | 2015-11-14T15:21:56+00:00 July 16th, 2015|Blog, Pushing|2 Comments

Calisthenics Diet Plan – The Easy and Lazy way

In this article, I will not give you the perfect calisthenics diet plan or the perfect meal plan. Here I will teach you how to design your own diet plan and how to put most of the things that you like in it(excluding all of the sweets of course). Organic is always the best choice! I hope that I don't have to explain why organic foods are better than all the processed foods or commercially raised fruits, veggies and animals. Benefits of organic diet Stronger immune system Stronger digestive system Removes most of [...]

By | 2017-04-08T10:47:51+00:00 July 11th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

Convict Conditioning Results

To save you some time scroll down for the Convict Conditioning Results(before and after pictures). Before I started my Convict Conditioning program, I had little experience in that field, I just finished 6 months in the gym, just before summer of 2014, the same summer I started a full-time job for the summer, and I could not train, so I lost some of my muscle mass and strength also. I quit my job! I started doing calisthenics. I was doing 2 pull ups with really bad form, 7 dips with good [...]

By | 2015-11-01T20:17:30+00:00 July 2nd, 2015|Reviews|14 Comments